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AND DYNAMIC TEAM.

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  • Masaki
    Kouhata

    CEO, Creative Director

    Masaki Kouhata
    • Q1:How do you define Global?

      (Whats your take on bringing Japan to the World)

      To go beyond the hidden walls bet ween countries.

      For people to connect and sprout new senses.

    • Q2:With the pandemic, how will you make
      a difference in the events industry?

      Design events that brings courage to people.

    • Q3:What’s your outtake on the future of events?

      The basic principles will not change.

      To systematically create an extraordinary space and experience.

    • Q4:How will you promote Japan
      as the place to host global events?

      A powerful and friendly country placed in the outskirts of the globe.

  • Mayo
    Miyanaga

    Account Director,
    PR Manager

    Mayo Miyanaga
    • Q1:How do you define Global?

      (Whats your take on bringing Japan to the World)

      It's a Small World. A common worldview that overcomes not only national borders but also language and various barriers.

    • Q2:With the pandemic, how will you make
      a difference in the events industry?

      In the midst of the dichotomy between online and real, utilizing online and digital development a field where Japan has been lagging behind.

    • Q3:What’s your outtake on the future of events?

      There will be a dichotomy between online and real life, but I don't think the nature of the event itself will change much from what it is now.

    • Q4:How will you promote Japan
      as the place to host global events?

      As a beautiful small island country where you can enjoy the four seasons.

  • Akihito
    Yano

    Corporate Officer, Executive Producer

    Akihito Yano
    • Q1:How do you define Global?

      (Whats your take on bringing Japan to the World)

      The sensitivity to connect through borders.

    • Q2:With the pandemic, how will you make
      a difference in the events industry?

      A technical development where the attendees are as if present using AR tech.

    • Q3:What’s your outtake on the future of events?

      A world where you can pretty much do everything with one smartphone. Where you can hold a backstage tour during the event. The fusion of Real and Online events.

    • Q4:How will you promote Japan
      as the place to host global events?

      The most beautiful country in the world, Japan.

  • Hirotaka
    Fujiwara

    Chief Producer, Chief of LC Division, Chief of Kansai Area Development

    Hirotaka Fujiwara
    • Q1:How do you define Global?

      (Whats your take on bringing Japan to the World)

      To be successful internationally. To Flourish.

    • Q2:With the pandemic, how will you make
      a difference in the events industry?

      I will definitely bring in the latest technologies but I feel that the basic definition of emotional human experience will not change over time or situation.

    • Q3:What’s your outtake on the future of events?

      By using metaverse elements, I feel that there will be lesser and lesser boundaries between real and XR.

    • Q4:How will you promote Japan
      as the place to host global events?

      Firstly, I would like to form partnerships with event firms based all around A sia! I want to collaborate more with International event agencies!

  • Kouji
    Tomura

    Event Division Chief Producer

    Kouji Tomura
    • Q1:How do you define Global?

      (Whats your take on bringing Japan to the World)

      Not to bring in too much of your own countries standard or culture, but to hold a diverse sense of culture, race and environment that can be mutually understood internationally.

    • Q2:With the pandemic, how will you make
      a difference in the events industry?

      It was an opportunity for all of us to recognize and reevaluate real events.

      Do we really need to gather like we used to? Why do we need events in the first place?

      I would like to capture the real value of events once again and provide effective events using the lates technologies.

    • Q3:What’s your outtake on the future of events?

      The result and v alue we are able to produce holding real events.

      The result and value we are able to produce by combining digital formats.

      By choosing the best format for each application with real and digital tech, wewe’re able to provide the best event and results.

    • Q4:How will you promote Japan
      as the place to host global events?

      I would push the “JAPAN MADE concept.

      JAPAN MADE: Culture, Beauty, Exact, Fineness

      And promote Japanese craftsmanship and the culture behind it as JAPAN MADE.

  • Tatsuto
    Kawamoto

    CPO, Executive Planner

    Tatsuto Kawamoto
    • Q1:How do you define Global?

      (Whats your take on bringing Japan to the World)

      Despite language barriers, a world where one can connect through common values with no hierarchy.

    • Q2:With the pandemic, how will you make
      a difference in the events industry?

      Real events will become enriched. The gap between each eventevent’s const effectiveness will widen.

    • Q3:What’s your outtake on the future of events?

      Small and medium sized communities will be more closely interlocked to ensure scale, or the field will be a virtual reality like the metaverse, where physical scale is not an issue.

    • Q4:How will you promote Japan
      as the place to host global events?

      A sophisticated island country.

  • Naoki
    Motoki

    CSO, Sales Chief Manager

    Naoki Motoki
    • Q1:How do you define Global?

      (Whats your take on bringing Japan to the World)

      A new common sense.

    • Q2:With the pandemic, how will you make
      a difference in the events industry?

      To design a new format of events that are fit to the new normal. (Sorry for not being specific...)

    • Q3:What’s your outtake on the future of events?

      I think that some of the traditional forms will remain, but as the world we work and live in changes, new forms of events that are not just online will be come mainstream, such as events inside the metaverse.

    • Q4:How will you promote Japan
      as the place to host global events?

      It may differ on what kind of event we are planning to hold. We will not only lobby, but also come up with ways to advertise using ou r strengths such as Japanese food and animation.

  • Kiyoshi
    Obata

    CFO, General Manager

    Kiyoshi Obata
    • Q1:How do you define Global?

      (Whats your take on bringing Japan to the World)

      Standards and norms that are prerequisites for considering all things.

      (The word "global" itself will probably become a word with standard connotations.)

    • Q2:With the pandemic, how will you make
      a difference in the events industry?

      It is not just about innovation through the fusion of the real and the online.

      It also shows that "events" can contribute to the solut ion of social issues created by Corona.

    • Q3:What’s your outtake on the future of events?

      With the spread of the metaverse, it is something that is more familiar to us, but also something that is becoming more important as human contact and communication become less and less.

    • Q4:How will you promote Japan
      as the place to host global events?

      A country where you can experience the changes of the four seasons and the unique history and customs of an island nation (Galapagos despite being a developed country)